Another other take on NPL’s HELLO BLACKOUT!
The Fringe is an excellent place for companies to mount political protest plays
The promise of “something for everyone” is both too little and too much.
It looks like a father’s love went into the making of this big adventure, Phillips’s warmest work yet.
A beautiful spectacle, full of humor, sadness, joy and handstands
Mary Tuomamen and Chris Davis push life size keys that signal to each other through space and time
How did Kellyanne Conway go from Hammonton, New Jersey blueberry-packing champ to the first woman to manage a successful U.S. presidential Campaign?
TOWN feels like a writer’s first draft. Ultimately, nothing seems to be at stake.
Theater in the X presents a drama about an inner-city high school senior whose dreams and desperation of going to college and overcoming his environment, lead him to fast cash…
Razors pain you; Rivers are damp; Acids stain you; And drugs cause cramp. Guns aren’t lawful; Nooses give; Gas smells awful; You might as well live .—”Resumé” by Dorothy Parker…
How could so many juries acquit so many killers of unarmed African Americans.
Rich people need it. Poor people have it. If you eat it then you die.
A surprising reminder of how good it is just to be alive.
THE GROOM’S A FAG; THE BRIDE’S A CUNT; THE BEST MAN’S A WHORE; AND THE MAIDEN OF HONOR (JUST) HUNG HERSELF IN THE CLOSET (On the Rocks): 2017 Fringe review
On the Rocks proves you can dismantle the master’s house with his tools.
In (MISS) JULIE, Svada Theatre Collective gives the naturalistic classic a much-needed reinterpretation.
A mythical world of secret rituals: special handshakes, dream sharing, playacting the stories of their ancient namesakes